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Houston Crawl Space Insulation Installation

Better insulation for your home or business.

Save big on your home’s energy bills

Crawl space insulation increases the efficiency of your air conditioning system.

Increase your home’s comfort level

Crawl space insulation keeps your home warmer in winter and cooler in summer.

Why should you insulate your crawl spaces?

Improperly insulated crawl spaces can lead to unwanted and potentially expensive consequences. When your crawl spaces are not properly insulated, moisture underneath your home can cause water damage, increase mold and mildew, and in general, will not contribute to the overall comfort of your home. Here are a few reasons crawl space insulation can benefit you and your family:

  • piggy bank iconBig savings on your utility bill
  • Increased effectiveness of existing insulation
  • Added resale value to your home
  • Decreasing the chance of mildew, mold, and other allergens from entering your home by reducing and preventing moisture from traveling into your house through un-insulated floor structures.

CHOOSE GARLAND INSULATING FOR YOUR CRAWL SPACE INSULATION INSTALL

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Expert Crawl Space Insulation Installation in

Houston | Dallas/Fort Worth | Austin/San Antonio | Bryan/College Station

For seven decades, Garland Insulating Ltd. has been helping homeowners, home builders, and commercial properties improve the comfort and energy efficiency of their homes. Since our founding in 1948, we have developed into one of the largest, local, family-owned and operated insulation companies in the great state of Texas.

Houston Crawl Space Insulation Installation

Hurricane Harvey was the first major hurricane to make landfall in the United States since Hurricane Wilma in 2005. Over a period of 4 days,  southeast Texas received over 40 inches of rain, resulting in catastrophic flooding, destruction of thousands of homes and businesses, displacing 30,000 people, and prompting over 17,000 rescues.

If your home sat in the path of Harvey’s torrential downpour, your home’s floors, walls, and insulation likely endured extensive damage from the flood waters. When you begin the process of reconstructing and replacing the walls and floors of your home, that is the time to insulate your crawl spaces, as some areas can only be accessed during construction. Once construction is completed, you may need to tear up the floors and walls again if you wanted to insulate some of these spaces. When you and your family are ready to begin the rebuilding process, call Garland Insulating. We can increase the energy efficiency of your home, increase comfort levels year-round, and help to protect against future water damage.

 

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